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Poster: grendelschoice Date: Sep 15, 2005 10:27pm
Forum: etree Subject: Re: GD Iko Iko

"Don't tell me this pie aint got no heart..."

Hilarious!

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Poster: Cosmicharley Date: Sep 17, 2005 6:04am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: GD Iko Iko

As sung by Weir on occassion

'See that woman dressed in tan ( iko iko...)
That ain't a woman, boy, she's a man ( chak-a-mo...)'

or he sometimes just coughed the last line, she's a... hmmmm

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Poster: midnight sun Date: Sep 17, 2005 6:28am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: GD Iko Iko

Since this thread keeps on a goin'...
The "Indian Boy" verse was also sung 12/28/88.
This recording isn't very well balanced as the sound was being adjusted for about half the song. I just have to say I remember the huge smile on Jerry as he stepped up to the mic to kick-off the 3 show run. This suprised me as I didn't witness many post-coma shows. I also remember the smile he would flash at Brent during the thunderous applause at the end of Brent's solos. What a difference from his introspection in the early 80's!

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Poster: Stoutmeal Oat Date: Sep 18, 2005 5:41am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: GD Iko Iko

10/10/94 is a tuff Aiko- Aiko to top, trip-e as hell, bold and infectiously synchropatented. Was correct spelling settled? maybe not..but it's Aiko-Aiko, the "Iko" thing I'm certain (enough) was invented by some short-cutting setlist jottin' fool from Texas sometime wayback- ha. Again..10/10/94 is a tuff Aiko- Aiko to top.